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BÀI TẬP NHÓM

NGHIÊN CỨU TÌNH HUỐNG “NHÀ MÁY GƯƠNG Ô TÔ ENGSTROM”
Môn : ORG 6130 – Hành vi tổ chức

PHẦN I - GIỚI THIỆU CHUNG
Đây là bài tập nhóm của nhóm 1 – lớp MBA 6A tổ chức bởi CDS và CMU tại Việt Nam (Sau đây gọi tắt là Nhóm 1 - MBA6A – VN). Bố cục bài viết của chúng tôi gồm các phần sau: 1. Giới thiệu các thành viên trong nhóm. 2. Tóm tắt & phân tích tình huống. 3. Các vấn đề yêu cầu giải quyết (Trả lời câu hỏi). 4. Kết luận.
Nhóm 1 - MBA6A - VN bao gồm 9 thành viên (xếp theo bảng chữ cái) như sau: 1. Lê Hoàng Anh. 2. Nguyễn Vân Anh. 3. Phạm Tuấn Anh. 4. Trịnh Mai Anh. 5. Lý Quốc Chính. 6. Đào Phong Trúc Đại. 7. Hoàng Minh Đạo. 8. Nguyễn Đức Doanh. 9. Lưu Chí Huy (Liu Zhi Hui).

PHẦN III – TRẢ LỜI CÂU HỎI
1. Hãy xác định các vấn đề chính của Engstrom, và sau đó xác định các đóng góp chủ yếu về lý thuyết mà kế hoạch Scanlon có thể mang lại cho một công ty. Liệu Scanlon có phải là giải pháp tốt cho các thách thức của Engstrom? a. Các vấn đề chính Engstrom hiện đang gặp phải - Bên trong: • Một cuộc khủng hoảng tại nhà máy với các vấn đề về năng suất, hiệu suất làm việc của công nhân. • Cùng với vấn đề về năng suất, những vấn đề về chất lượng sản phẩm cũng đã len lỏi vào hoạt động của Engstrom • Những than phiền, bất mãn, nghi ngờ của nhân viên về kế hoạch Scanlon, một kế hoạch đã được áp dụng trong thời gian dài nhưng chưa có sự thay đổi. “kế hoạch thưởng có nghĩa lý gì khi mà không tháng nào được nhận thưởng?” • Sự nhiệt tình và động lực làm việc của nhân viên giảm sút, nhiều người cảm thấy có sự không công bằng. • Bent cũng biết rằng: “Một chương trình Scanlon bản thân nó không tự kéo dài. Phải xốc nó lại một cách thường xuyên – bất cứ khi nào lực lượng lao động cần đến nó.”…...

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